Shropshire food projects

Places in Shropshire to access low cost or free food

There are community run initiatives across Shropshire where low cost or free food is available

If you know of any projects in your area - let us know and we can share it here

Community Growing

Garden projects where people can come and pick produce for free throughout the year

Surplus Food

Open tables and Community fridges where surplus food is available for free

Community Meals

Low cost or pay as you feel meals where the community eats together 

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Community meal

Everybody Welcome!

Free or donations

Thursday 12pm 

Holy Trinity Church, Oswestry

Surplus food

£1 donation

Currently running in Donnington, Leegomery, Broseley, Woodside, Bilston, Highley, Coalbrookdale

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Community meal

Hot meal and pudding £2

Thursday 12.15pm

Rockspring Community Centre, Ludlow

Open to all, Pay as you feel

Riversway Elim Church 

Crowmoor Baptist Church

Church of the Holy Spirit

See Map for times

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Free fruit, veg and herbs

Locations around Ludlow

Regular plant, seed and produce swaps

Join mailing list

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Volunteers collect & list food from local food outlets

Download the app to see whats available in your area

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Pick free fruit and vegetables

Jubilee Square, Wem

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Community meal

2 courses

Main Course £2.50, Pudding £1

Tuesday 12.30pm 

Helena Lane Day Centre, Ludlow

Booking recommended

07939 551 028

Online Resources

If you can't make it to any of the food projects across Shropshire, there are also online resources which might be of help

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Living on a really low food budget?  

 

Supportive Facebook group with meal plans based on less than 50p a day  

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Join Shropshire's Facebook group

 

Linking people so they can share, swap or trade food which they are not going to eat.

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Buy food near to or past its best before date

Up to 70% cheaper than supermarket prices